In honor of whom did the city of Rome get its name? What occupations did the ancient Romans have? What kind of management system did they have?
In 753 BC. e. the city of Rome was founded on the chelms of the left bank of the Tiber. This name (according to legend) he received in honor of one of the brothers Romulus (Rome – in Latin Roma). The ancient Romans were engaged in agriculture, cattle breeding, iron processing and fishing. Only patricians, the indigenous inhabitants of Rome, took part in the administration of Rome. The supreme power belonged to the People’s Assembly, which included only men – patricians. It chose a king who ruled for life.
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